A U.S television rating given to many shows, meaning parental guidance is suggested for people under 10. It's the same as MPAA's PG rating. The other ratings are TV-Y, TV-G, TV-Y7, TV-14, and TV-MA.
Brandy: Hey want to watch this dragon movie on FX?
Bob: What's it rated?
Bob: Fuck off.
Completely useless rating of several issued to TV shows in the U.S. (the others being TV-Y7, TV-G, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA) that is usually given to shows considered so-called children's entertainment when the TV-G rating more than suffices.
When Shelley saw her cableless TV was mired in TV-Y land, she opted for some fresh L.A. air instead.
An icon that pops on the screen when ever Barney, Sesame Street, Tellitubbies, Blues Clues, Dora the Explorer, or any other kiddie show that comes on that tells the T.V. "Why did you have to put the show on?! Why?!"
TV-Y means TV-Why?!
Completely useless rating of several issued to TV shows in the U.S. (the others being TV-Y, TV-G, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA) that is usually given to shows considered so-called children's entertainment when the TV-PG rating more than suffices.
This rating sometimes carries the FV content label.
The very thought of a TV-Y7 version of Ruroni Kenshin is enough to make me flog the heads of Media Blasters with their own arteries.
A TV rating, one of several issued to TV shows in the U.S. (the others being TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G, TV-PG, and TV-14) that is usually given to shows that are supposed to cater to mature audiences... shows whose "maturity" is two notches below Sesame Street.
When an animated show like South Park gets a TV-MA rating and can't do half the stuff that the TV-14 rated Man Show can do, then you know something is wrong. Then again, consistency and Comedy Central go together like Merlot and meatloaf.
Generation Y (born between 1980-1994) are also called the Echo-boom generation because their parents are Boomers. This is the last generation to remember the 20th century and the time before the fully digital age. Some grew up with no internet, others remember when dial-up was the big thing, before HDTV, before cell phones were commonplace, when CD players were a must have, when basic cable was luxury and when you went to the video store to rent a VHS and remember the days of Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. The cutoff for Generation Z is not 9/11 as earlier thought, it is the mid 1990s, normally 1994. The last of Generation Y is in high school and no, they do not like Hannah Montana, that is Generation Z. While some of Generation Y is certainly over obsessed with social networking and is very narcissistic, it is still the last generation to remember the pre-Youtube/Facebook/Myspace era and to have connection to the 20th century. Early Yers remember the Cold War, good MTV and all Yers remember when kids TV meant something. Their icons include Michael Jordan, Will Smith and our pin-up girl was Pamela Anderson during the Baywatch days.
When were you born? 1991...ahh, you're Generation Y; remember Sonic for Sega Genesis
That and Super Mario World!
What about you?
You're Generation Z. Do you remember when Yahoo was the #1 search engine?
"Yahoo? It's Google...and why would anyone like CD's?"
What the 10th Doctor (the 10th incanation of The Doctor, a character from the hit BBC sci-fi TV series "Doctor Who) yells when he get's excited.
French for "Let's go"